September 11, 2018 archive

OGE crews to respond to Hurricane Florence in North Carolina

Crews from Oklahoma Gas and Electric are pitching in once again to help others with power problems. A convoy of 30 OGE trucks with 72 employees was scheduled to leave Tuesday morning bound for Raleigh, North Carolina to help with expected damage from Hurricane Florence. Duke Energy in North Carolina made the request for help …

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SandRidge Energy leaders reject all purchase offers

Oklahoma City’s SandRidge Energy leadership has decided to reject numerous purchase offers and instead move ahead with an expansion of the company. In an announcement late Monday, the company said its board of directors rejected 8 offers as well as 28 non-disclosure agreements. The board felt the potential transactions significantly undervalued either the company or …

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Energy industries important to the new Oklahoma Rural Association

  As Monica Miller, an Edmond attorney leads the newly-formed Oklahoma Rural Association, she is getting support and contact from  the state’s energy industries. That’s because her organization, formed earlier this month is advocating protection not only of farming and ranching and better representation of those areas, but of oil and gas and wind and …

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